Tomorrow, many blogs and journalists will be asking readers a question: Are you at all bothered by the fact that LGBT Americans have no job protections, and can be tossed from jobs even they are even suspected of being gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender?
Are you angry when you read the statistics on LGBT unemployment and underemployment and harassment?
Do you feel outraged for those who have to deny their partners' existence or their own identity?
It is a question I have had a lot lately: where is the anger?
As David Mixner said in the title of his blog post on Tuesday, Being Liked Is Not A Strategy. Anger is an appropriate emotion sometimes. Smiling your way through life when people are treating you like dirt is not the response that a healthy person have. No civil rights movement has succeeded without an appropriate anger at mistreatment.
How do you feel when you see this image after the jump?